Monday, September 28, 2020

MEMORIALIZING HER NAME

NASA names Washington headquarters after its first Black female engineer, Mary W. Jackson. SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER NASA Administrator Jim Bridgestone announced Wednesday that the...

FLORIDA COURIER / 10TH STATEWIDE ANNIVERSARY

Carnival time and Florida Memorial Four years ago, the Florida Courier reported on South Florida’s annual Miami Broward One Carnival, and published a story about...

REMEMBERING ‘BLACK AMERICA’S CONGRESSMAN’

U.S. Rep. John Conyers pushed for national King holiday along with reparations for slavery. TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE...

GATOR ATTACK AT WDW

Another tragedy in Orlando On Wednesday, the Orange County Sheriff’s Marine Unit recovered the body of two-year-old Lane Graves of Elkhorn, Neb. The boy was...

FIREARMS AND FORGIVENESS

Two pastors and a gun expert opine on self-defense and forgiveness from biblical and practical perspectives. BY KARSCEAL TURNER SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDA COURIER Is self-defense...

A SALUTE TO COURIER MEN

This Father’s Day, the Florida Courier recognizes its male staffers. Some are dads, some are father figures. We salute them for their dedication to...

‘Shacking’ ban headed to history books

BY JIM SAUNDERS AND TOM URBAN THE NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE – It soon could be safe to cohabitate in Florida. The state House on Wednesday...

No prosecution

Charlotte cop not charged in Scott killing BY MICHAEL GORDON, MARK WASHBURN AND FRED CLASEN-KELLY THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER /TNS CHARLOTTE, N.C. – No charges will be brought...

Hospital bill for gun injuries is $730 million a year

BY MELISSA HEALY LOS ANGELES TIMES / TNS Americans paid more than $6.6 billion over eight years to care for victims of gun violence, according to...

Florida Courier wins more awards for writing, photos

FROM STAFF REPORTS Continuing its award-winning ways in 10 years as a statewide newspaper, the Florida Courier has racked up three awards from the Florida...